5 Newest Ed Apps under $5, March 2018 Edition

Finding great resources for students doesn’t have to require finding lots of funding to bring learning to life.

Budgets and the bottom lines can affect a lot of decisions in the world of education. Staying up to date on electronics and digital accoutrements can be a costly endeavor. When it comes to adding a few new apps to the teaching resource rotation, there’s no need to pull out the grant applications. These 5 apps are new to the scene and all come in at a cost of under $5 each.

The Cat in the Hat Comes Back– For only $2.99, reading can come to life in the classroom via the beloved Dr. Seuss. This interactive app which includes delightful animations and engaging activities is sure to inspire young readers. The ELA activities allow students to practice phonics, spelling, rhyming, and reading comprehension. Students can read along with highlighted narration, by themselves, or through auto play. Minutes spent reading and pages read are both trackable options as students explore this literary classic with a few fun and exciting twists!

Entry Note– Entry Note is the perfect companion for lovers of lists. With a purchase price of $4.99, users can take their list making, tracking, and accomplishing to another level. Add photos, use shortcuts, and easily navigate this everything list app. The bulleted format and one-touch creation makes for a quick and easily navigable way to take notes and/or create everyday lists. All entries can be synced across IOS devices to make this the singular go-to list maker and note taker to fill the needs of students, teachers, and list lovers everywhere!

See Music– It can be easy to feel the music, but learning to read it can be a much trickier endeavor. With See Music, this complete sight reading training method is available for only $4.99. With a wide variety of instruments, users can work on up to 6 instruments at a time. The program challenges musicians’ reading skills and offers feedback in real time as it listens to performances and generates a report offering rhythmic and pitch accuracy along with missed notes and other relevant information needed to improve playing quality. With multiple levels, performance reports, judging style choices, and more, this is a worthy purchase for a musician or music program.

Coral Reef by Tinybop– Life underwater is a fascinating study for learners of any age, and this newest Tinybop app doesn’t disappoint in introducing a lot of key concepts to younger users. For only $2.99, students can explore the vast underwater world. As students play and learn, they will be introduced to green sea turtles, jellyfish, anemones, clownfish, crabs, zooplankton, and many more examples of sea life. A variety of open-ended activities and the included coral reef handbook allow parents and teachers to explore technology tips and basic information about this engaging app and its content.

Phodyssey- HighEnd Photo Editor– Adding a professional element to the photos used in presentations and documents can offer an enhanced quality to draw in the viewing audience. Whether teachers or students utilize this affordable app at only $2.99, they will be able to enjoy its professional results. There are 20 presets and 13 editing tools for enhancing everyday picture quality. More than 50 photos can be edited all at once which offers presentation creators a time-saving tool for producing quality visuals. A nice resource to have for those that are looking to take their final products to the next level.

Whether there is a need for engaging learning materials, organizational materials, or presentation enhancement materials, this collection has teachers and students covered. When these quality additions come in at an affordable price, it can be a no-brainer to hit the download button. Our 5 Newest Ed Apps under $5 collection can be a real lifesaver when it comes to locating affordable resources for the classroom.